Not a lot of movement this week but some terrific performances were turned in by Robert Easter, Callum Smith and Satoshi Hosono.
British super middleweight Callum Smith posted his tenth first-round stoppage in 19 straight wins and sent a warning to any fighter who weighs 168 pounds.
Callum Smith could barely be closer to a world title shot but che may have his hands full against Hadillah Mohoumadi this weekend in Liverpool, England.
RingTV.com’s own ‘Travelin’ Man,’ Lee Groves returned to Miami, Oklahoma to count punches for a Showtime card headlined by Regis Prograis-Aaron Herrera.
Jose Pedraza, rated No. 7 by THE RING at junior lightweight, will defend his title against England’s Stephen Smith on March 26 in New York.
Anthony Crolla gets a second chance at title glory when he faces WBA beltholder Darleys Perez in a rematch of their July encounter that ended in a draw.
Tim Bradley didn’t prove much by stopping overmatched Brandon Rios on Saturday in Las Vegas. Still, it remains clear that Bradley is one of the best there is.
A busy weekend resulted primarily in only minor changes in the cruiserweight division in the Ring Ratings.
Callum Smith lives up to the hype with a first-round blowout of local rival Rocky Fielding and THE RING No. 10 rated super middleweight moves on to bigger game.
Unbeaten super middleweight Rocky Fielding comes into Saturday’s showdown with Callum Smith as the underdog but has his own ideas of what will happen in Liverpool.
Rocky Fielding may be the underdog in his British super middleweight title fight against Callum Smith but his stablemate is backing him to spring the upset.
Rocky Fielding is looking to solidify his status as the top super middleweight in his home city of Liverpool, England, by halting highly touted contender Callum Smith.